As I’ve mentioned in my previous blogs, our pets watch what we do and hear what we say… everyday. And sometimes, they even like to talk about it all to an unsuspecting animal communicator. As one of these unsuspecting animal communicators, I’ve heard my share of “secrets.” Of course the “blabbing” pet doesn’t know that their mama or daddy might not like them telling me about conversations that take place in the privacy of their home. They just think what they’ve seen or heard is interesting. They may have questions or want to know more about what seemed so important to their family. After all, our pets just want to be included.
For those of you who’d rather not have your pets talk about your family “secrets” to a perfect stranger, I’ve compiled a list of things you might want to try to keep this from happening. Any one of these suggestions would allow you to act and speak freely in your home yet block those little eyes and ears from knowing what you’re doing and hearing what you’re saying. Here they are:
- Have a nice tight but comfortable blindfold on hand.
- Purchase several reusable pairs of earplugs.
- Use sign language when talking to your family about sensitive issues. Be careful. Some pets are familiar with certain waves of your hands.
- Pet have a hard time reading lips. Consider mouthing conversations.
- A large pad of paper and a good pen are essential for writing down sensitive details. Remember, pets can’t read.
- Clang pots and pans together when having an intimate conversation with your partner.
- Consider building a sound-proof booth in your home.
- When you and your partner decide to have a private moment, lock your pets out of you room. Pets can’t see through keyholes.
If you try all of these suggestions and your pet still manages to find out what’s going on, there’s nothing more you can do. You obviously are the owners of a super pet…a rare species that can feel the vibrations of your brain waves! You might as well give up and resign yourself to the idea that you live with a know-it-all, a fuzzy, big-eared and slobbering know-it-all.
Blessings to you and your furry friends.